listen to the pronunciation of bunch
Englisch - Türkisch

Mary Tom'dan ayrılır ayrılmaz John bir demet gülle onun ön kapısındaydı. - No sooner had Mary broken up with Tom than John was at her front door with a bunch of roses.

O, büyük bir demet çiçek taşıyarak geldi. - He came bearing a large bunch of flowers.


Üzümler salkımla yetişir. - Grapes grow in bunches.

Tom bir salkım üzüm aldı ve onları yedim. - Tom bought a bunch of grapes and I ate them.

{i} grup

Bir grup insan bana orada yemek yemememi söyledi. - A bunch of people told me not to eat there.

Bir grup insanın bizimle birlikte su kayağına gideceğini düşünmüştüm. Fakat kesinlikle başka hiç kimse gelmedi. - I thought a bunch of people would go water skiing with us, but absolutely no one else showed up.

demet yapmak
bir araya toplamak
bir araya toplanmak
{f} topla
{f} dermek
{f} kırışmak
salkım halinde meyva vermek
bir araya gel/destele
{i} takım
{f} deste yapmak
yabani çörek otu
{f} demet yap
bunchflower i
{i} çete

Ikinci el araba satıcısı adamlar tanınmış bir çetedir. - Used car salesmen are a disreputable bunch.

{i} hevenk
{f} toplanmak
bunch of

Ben sadece müşterilerimin birinden güzel bir çiçek demeti aldım. - I just got a beautiful bunch of flowers from one of my clients.

bunch together
biraraya getirmek
bunch up
birbirine kenetlenmek
bunch together
biraraya getir
bunch up
birbirine kenetlen
bunch of times
Defalarca, bir çok kez

I've seen her bunch of times.

bunch up
Bunch (smt) up: Bir yerde toplamak, toparlamak, biriktirmek
bunch up
Bir yerde toplanmak, toparlanmak, katlanıp birikmek
bunch of grapes
üzüm salkımı
bunch of grapes
a bunch of fives
(deyim) beş kardeş (tokat)
iki örgü (saç)
(Dilbilim) derleniş
(Dilbilim) yığılma
salkımlar halinde yetişen
demet halinde
fiber bunch
lif demeti
thanks a bunch
teşekkür bir demet
whole bunch
{s} kabarık
mixed bunch
(deyim) birbirine benzemeyen bir grup insan,esya
tie up in a bunch
demet yapmak
tie up in a bunch
Englisch - Englisch
A group of a number of similar things, either growing together, or in a cluster or clump

When we had examined this last find, Lord Godalming and Quincey Morris taking accurate notes of the various addresses of the houses in the East and the South, took with them the keys in a great bunch, and set out to destroy the boxes in these places.

To protrude or swell
To gather fabric into folds
To be gathered together in folds
An informal body of friends

He still hangs out with the same bunch.

A considerable amount

a bunch of trouble.

An unmentioned amount; a number

A bunch of them went down to the field.

To form a bunch
To gather into a bunch
{v} to grow in knobs, cluster, swell out
{n} a cluster, knot, hard lump, swelling
any collection in its entirety; "she bought the whole caboodle"
– up to four different types of filler tobacco that are blended to create the body of the cigar and are held together by the binder
A small isolated mass of ore, as distinguished from a continuous vein
To swell out into a bunch or protuberance; to be protuberant or round
{f} be folded; bind, gather; be gathered; group together
If a girl has her hair in bunches, it is parted down the middle and tied on each side of her head
gather or cause to gather into a cluster; "She bunched her fingers into a fist"; "The students bunched up at the registration desk"
A bunch of bananas or grapes is a group of them growing on the same stem. Lili had fallen asleep clutching a fat bunch of grapes
any collection in its entirety; "she bought the whole caboodle" a grouping of a number of similar things; "a bunch of trees"; "a cluster of admirers" gather or cause to gather into a cluster; "She bunched her fingers into a fist"; "The students bunched up at the registration desk
A bunch of people is a group of people who share one or more characteristics or who are doing something together. My neighbours are a bunch of busybodies We were a pretty inexperienced bunch of people really The players were a great bunch. = lot
To form into a bunch or bunches
A bunch of keys is a set of keys kept together on a metal ring. George took out a bunch of keys and went to work on the complicated lock
form into a bunch; "The frightened children bunched together in the corner of the classroom"
the intermediate cluster of filler tobacco in a cigar
{i} bundle, cluster; group; (British) pigtails
A bunch of things is a number of things, especially a large number. We did a bunch of songs together. Bunch is also a pronoun. I'd like to adopt a multi-racial child. In fact, I'd love a whole bunch
A bunch of flowers is a number of flowers with their stalks held or tied together. He had left a huge bunch of flowers in her hotel room
an informal body of friends; "he still hangs out with the same crowd"
If clothing bunches around a part of your body, it forms a set of creases around it. She clutches the sides of her skirt until it bunches around her waist
a grouping of a number of similar things; "a bunch of trees"; "a cluster of admirers"
A protuberance; a hunch; a knob or lump; a hump
The filler of a cigar Typically three to four types of tobacca are used but some cigars have up to five different types of filler
a grouping of protons in time formed by an RF system
gather or cause to gather into a cluster; "She bunched her fingers into a fist"; "The students bunched up at the registration desk
A collection, cluster, or tuft, properly of things of the same kind, growing or fastened together; as, a bunch of grapes; a bunch of keys
bunch of fives
a fist
bunch of fives
a punch (hit with a fist)
bunch up
Bunch (sth) up: If material bunches up, or if someone bunches it up, it moves into tight folds

Your shirt's all bunched up at the back.

bunch grass
A grass growing in bunches and affording pasture
bunch grass
In Utah, Eriocoma cuspidata is a good bunch grass
bunch grass
In California, Atropis tenuifolia, Festuca scabrella, and several kinds of Stipa are favorite bunch grasses
bunch of bananas
cluster of bananas
bunch of fives
{i} (Slang) fist; hand; punch
bunch of friends
groups of buddies, group of pals
bunch of grapes
cluster of grapes
bunch of keys
{i} bundle of keys
bunch of killers
group of murderers
bunch of papers
collection of pieces of paper, several papers
bunch together
form into a bunch; "The frightened children bunched together in the corner of the classroom
bunch up
If people or things bunch up or if you bunch them up, they move close to each other so that they form a small tight group. Bunch together means the same as bunch up. They were bunching up, almost treading upon each other's heels People were bunched up at all the exits If they need to bunch aircraft more closely together to bring in one that is short of fuel, they will do so
bunch up
gather or cause to gather into a cluster; "She bunched her fingers into a fist"; "The students bunched up at the registration desk"
bunch up
form into a bunch; "The frightened children bunched together in the corner of the classroom"
best of the bunch
The best or most preferred person or item within a group

He proved the best of the bunch. He deserved better than being frozen like a Popsicle under that glacier.

plural form of bunch

The vintner gathered bunches of grapes.

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bunch

My underwear bunches up when the weather is humid.

An arrangement of items in a bunch
get one's panties in a bunch
Alternative form of get one's knickers in a twist
A bundle of evergreen leaves or branches, typically with berries, hung up at Christmas-time, under which people may kiss

The kissing-bunch, of berried holly hung with bright and glittering things, spun slowly over Mrs Morel's head as she trimmed her little tarts in the kitchen.

thanks a bunch
A mildly sarcastic thank you

I really wanted a bucket of water dropped on my head. Thanks a bunch.

thanks a bunch
An unsarcastic thank you

Thanks a bunch for that great Christmas card you got me!.

{a} growing in or full of bunches, large
Brady Bunch
a US television programme of the 1960s and 1970s about a large family. Some people talk about the Brady Bunch as an example of an impossibly good family with few real problems
Just a Bunch Of Disks
several independent hard disks that are not configured according to the RAID standard and do not offer the speed or data security of a RAID system (Computers)
best of the bunch
best one of the whole group, cream of the crop, creme de la creme
past of bunch
{s} clustered, gathered closely together
occurring close together in bunches or clusters
third-person singular of bunch
plural of bunch
Hair gathered together in two or more parts
present participle of bunch
Swelling out in bunches
Growing in bunches, or resembling a bunch; having tufts; as, the bird's bunchy tail
occurring close together in bunches or clusters
{s} having bunches; protruding, bulging
Having, or growing in bunches
Yielding irregularly; sometimes rich, sometimes poor; as, a bunchy mine
pick of the bunch
best of the group, cream of the crop
thanks a bunch
thanks a million!, thank you very much!, I appreciate it very much!

    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈbənʧ/ /ˈbʌnʧ/


    [ b&nch ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English bunche 'hump, swelling', variant of *bunge (cf. English dialect bung 'heap, grape bunch'), from Proto-Germanic *bunkōn, *bunkan, *bungōn (“heap, crowd”) (cf. West Frisian bonke 'bone, lump, bump', German Bunge 'tuber', Danish bunke 'heap, pile'), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰenǵʰ-, *bʰéng̑ʰus (“thick, dense, fat”) (cf. Hittite panku 'total, entire', Tocharian B pkante 'volume, fatness', Lithuanian búožė 'knob', Ancient Greek παχύς (pachýs) 'thick', Sanskrit बहु (bahú) 'thick; much').

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    bunch of, bunch up


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